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Fujitsu Engineering Technologies Philippines

  • #7 in Technology
  • 100 - 500 employees

About Fujitsu Engineering Technologies Philippines

  • Technology

What it does: Fujitsu Engineering Technologies Philippines provides data security, hardware and network support, and software development products and services.
Best known for: being a subsidiary of Fujitsu, a Fortune Global 500 company
Staff stats: more than 100 employees
Financials: Php7.08 million in authorized capital
The good bits: Newly hired software engineers and programmers complete plenty of technical training sessions (eg .NET, Java, Oracle). The company also teaches Japanese language lessons to software engineers.
The not-so-good bits: The company doesn’t disclose its benefits and salary package until it extends a job offer. Fresh grads may also struggle to find reviews from current and previous employees.

The Fujitsu Engineering Technologies Philippines (FETP) story

Japanese company JGC Information Systems established FETP in 1992 originally as J-SYS Philippines (JPI). In 2016, JGC Information Systems became Fujitsu Engineering Technologies after Fujitsu acquired the company.

JPI subsequently adopted its current name as a result of the acquisition. As part of Fortune Global 500 company’s network, FETP provides three distinct products and services:

  • Data security
  • Hardware and network support
  • Software development

With more than 100 employees, FETP takes pride in their roster of skilled engineers and programmers. Non-programming engineers, for instance, possess good communication skills in English and Japanese.

The culture

FETP has been doing business for over 25 years, but the company only joined Fujitsu’s network in recent years. For this reason, the workplace culture crosses the best of both worlds between a start-up and a globally stable company.

Fresh grads with extensive knowledge about Japanese culture will find it easy to work at FETP. The biggest challenge for them would involve a thorough understanding of cultural differences.

New hires also have to set high standards for themselves, as evidenced by expectations during the training period. In terms of work-life balance, employees work during regular hours from Monday to Friday.

FETP isn’t too strict with what people wear at the office in Alabang, Muntinlupa. New hires should follow a smart-casual dress code.

The competition

FETP’s competitors include NEC Philippines and NTT Data Philippines, which are subsidiaries of Japanese multinational companies.

Social contributions

In 2016, FETP donated necessities to the Anawim Lay Missions in Rizal Province. Employees also volunteered to spend time with the children and elderly who live in the aged-care facility.

The vibe of the place

FETP doesn’t seem to hire plenty of fresh grads, so new hires should consider themselves to be fortunate. Best of all, opportunities to be fluent in another language and work in another country await qualified employees.

Recruitment Process

The recruitment process

Not much is known about FETP’s detailed hiring process, but the company takes five days on average to process applications.

Fresh grads can assume that FETP begins the hiring process with a phone-call screening. A technical test and several interviews may take place for shortlisted candidates, which is the norm in the IT industry.

Remuneration & Career Growth


FETP prefers to discuss the benefits and salary package once it extends a job offer. While there’s no specific range for salaries, fresh grads can rely on industry figures.

For instance, a typical software engineer in the Philippines may earn Php430,000 per year. Fresh grads with no proven experience should expect to earn below this rate.

Individuals with native- or proficient-level Japanese communication skills may likely negotiate a higher salary. It also might be possible for fresh grads with advanced IT skills (eg Java, Oracle) to do the same.

Career prospects

FETP’s entry-level roles comprise software engineers and programmers. Every new hire finishes a training period that may last up to six months, which is the usual probation period. New programmers learn about .NET, Java, Oracle Developer Suite, and Oracle PL/SQL.

On the other hand, new software engineers must pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N4 after a three-month training period. FETP wants them to ace the JLPT for a possible work assignment in Japan.

More importantly, the language lessons allow software engineers to communicate more effectively and understand the nuances of Japanese culture. In other words, new hires should expect frequent interactions with their colleagues in Japan.

FETP also offers leadership, personality development, and professional enhancement training programs to its employees.

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • Muntinlupa City
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
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